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Woke up this morning like:


The irony... $199 AMD GPU and its your 199 post.... biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #172 of 1394
they sure are betting alot on VR


I mean a VR card for $200, very good

but then Oculus costs $600 and Vive costs $800


although I heard PSVR may eventually be coming to PC as well
Edited by ChevChelios - 6/1/16 at 2:54am
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post #173 of 1394
Yeah that looks more credible
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they sure are betting alot on VR


I mean a VR card for $200, very good

but then Oculus costs $600 and Vive costs $800


although I heard PSVR ($400) may eventually be coming to PC as well

They aren't really. It's just a fancy way of saying they have a more powerful card at a cheaper price.
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I've been considering upgrading to 1440P 144Hz now that ASUS revealed 4K 144Hz at Computex and this will hopefully drive down the price of 1440p. I'm thinking about going CF Polaris or waiting for Vega, not sure, also if I can find a second 780 reference for cheap there's also that option. Either way, subbed to see how this pans out.
    
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check some benches man, they're all out already

Don't know how i wrote 30%.. lachen.gif

I won't bicker over assumptions anymore, we'll have to wait and find out. I'm just glad there's something good for mainstream consumers. thumb.gif
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check some benches man, they're all out already

stock 1070 is abit head of stock 980Ti and more or less dead equal with stock Titan X .. OCed FE 1070 about matches a ~1430-1450 980Ti

being 390X/980 level will not let a 480 compete directly with 1070 or 980Ti in any way, only in p/p
well Im prepared to pay some more for 20%, sure

and it isnt going to be twice, because that kind of performance will only at best come from the $250-300 P10 version, not from the $199 4GB one ... 4GB, come on, its good value for 200 bucks, but lets not starting putting it up against 1070/980Ti now redface.gif

The presentation only talked about the $199 rx480 4gb and a crossfire for less than $500 (assumed to be the rx480 8gb). Any variants priced higher than that are just speculation based on comments Lisa Su made about the "Polaris range" targeting the $100 to $300 market.
post #178 of 1394
Amd raised prices on 28nm according to some INTELLIGENT people over here, seems like they are bringing prices down on 14/16nm. GG tongue.gif

i was expecting more info on new features of polaris, seems like we need to wait till launch for that.
post #179 of 1394
This is awesome news! I don't care if my 980 is suddenly worth $150 or less. It will make a great backup card! GG AMD! Also, that 480 is kinda sexy.
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Yep, agreed crim. It is a good move by AMD, and could also potentially expand the overall PC gaming market, given the very "reasonable" p/p of this card. Assuming this opening salvo of aggressive pricing by AMD on its first 14nm "mainstream card" caught Nvidia by surprise, one would think (I think...lol) there would be a price shake up of rest of the yet unreleased Pascal product stack. As for people rushing to buy that "$700 card", well.....they are rushing in alright....Lol
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